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  • Materials available on the CAST websites "the sites" are protected by the copyright laws of the United States and other countries. When you access the sites, you agree to the following terms

  • Photo of a boy seen through a large bubble

    Today parents have an innovative digital resource where they can come to understand their children's learning and attention issues.

  • Selected case stories demonstrating how CAST is busting the barriers to learning. Read about the strategies that CAST uses to find solutions to tough learning challenges.

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    2014–2050

    Learn more about CAST's Annual UDL Symposium, an opportunity to go beyond the basics of Universal Design for Learning through engaging conversations and incredibly powerful learning experiences. Let's grow the field of UDL together.

  • Two workers in lab coats and gloves working in a laboratory

    2018–2020

    CAST is partnering with the Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute in a broad public-private initiative to “secure U.S. global leadership in advanced manufacturing.”

  • Illustration of three UDL brain networks: affective, recognition, strategic

    Thursday, January 25, 2018

    Check out the responsive, accessible, flexible, brand new home for the UDL Guidelines!

  • Located a short distance north of Boston, CAST is a nonprofit education research and development organization that works to expand learning opportunities for all individuals through Universal Design for Learning. CAST -- Until learning has no limits.

  • Image showing three iSolveIt math apps

    iSolveIt apps are free games that support abstract reasoning and problem-solving skills, and are designed to be challenging yet not frustrating.

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    Learn about CAST's Collaborative Learning App Design Challenge, an innovative, hands-on learning experience made possible by the Anne Meyer & David Rose Founders' Fund for Innovation.

  • Photo of Gabrielle Rappolt-Schlichtmann

    Wednesday, July 15, 2015

    CAST Co-President Gabrielle Rappolt-Schlichtmann briefed members of Congress and Congressional staff at a breakfast meeting on Capitol Hill today on the work CAST is doing to improve education for students with dyslexia.